„REVISTA TEOLOGICĂ”, THE JOURNAL OF THE METROPOLITAN CHURCH OF MOLDOVA (1883-1887) – A CULTURAL ECCLESIAL PERIODICAL OR SIMPLY A PRESS ORGAN OF THE CHURCH?
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Vasile-Lucian Goldan: Postdoctoral School History, University „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, Iași, Romania
Law, Society & Organisations, 2020, issue 8 (1/2020), 43-48
At the end of the nineteenth century, in Iasi, an open conflict arises between the Metropolitan of Moldova and one of the professors of the Faculty of Law. As the time goes by, the conflict escalates, and supporters are added to both parties, both among the laity and the clergy. For this reason, the conflict enters in a sphere of politicization, the problem becoming a canonical-legal one. In order to win as many supporters as possible, both sides published one diary, „Deșteptarea” «Awakening» and „Revista Teologică” «The theological Review», through which they wanted to show their supremacy and prove the guilt of the other side. „Revista Teologică” appears out of an apologetic necessity, but due to the freedom offered by the Metropolitan Naniescu, to the editors Dragomir Demetrescu and Constantin Erbiceanu, the ecclesial newspaper acquires a cultural-philosophical character.
Keywords: Cultural-philosophical character; Nineteenth century; The periodical „Deșteptarea”; The periodical „Revista Teologică”; Metropolitan Naniescu; Constantin Erbiceanu (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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